Arnold Schoenberg in Los Angeles

Crawford, Dorothy Lamb
March 2002
Musical Quarterly;Spring2002, Vol. 86 Issue 1, p6
Academic Journal
Recounts German composer Arnold Schoenberg's relocation to Los Angeles, California, in mid-September 1934. Impact of the resistance to modern music in Los Angeles on Schoenberg's musical career; Devoted circle of followers who enhanced Schoenberg's primary as a cultural leader in Europe; Implications on studies of music.


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